How To Use A Credit Card On ITunes

If you want to use a credit card to purchase items on iTunes, it is easy to do so.  You must first add a credit card to your iTunes Store account.  After you add the credit card, you can use it to pay for anything you want to download from iTunes. 

To use a credit card on iTunes, you will need:

  • An iTunes store account
  1. Go to the iTunes Store.  Open iTunes and then click "iTunes Store" from the menu to the left of the window.  The iTunes Store will open in a new window.
  2. Access your iTunes account.  Click "Account" from the "Quick Links" section to the right of the iTunes Store homepage.  Verify your password when prompted.
  3. Add a credit card.  Click the "Edit Payment Information" button and enter your credit card information.  You need to enter the name and billing address for the credit card, the credit card number, expiration date, and security code.  When you are finished, click "Done."  The credit card will be added to your iTunes account.
  4. Purchase something from iTunes.  After you find something you want to purchase from iTunes using your credit card, such as a song or video, click "Buy."  Verify your password and click "Yes" to purchase the item.  The item you purchased from iTunes will be billed to your credit card unless you have an outstanding iTunes gift card balance.  You will receive an email receipt from iTunes for your purchase.  The last four digits of your credit card number will be listed on the receipt.  

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Apple: Change iTunes account information

 

 

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